Inside its commercial kitchen in Mountain View, pizza dough travels down a conveyer belt where machines add the sauce, spread the sauce and carefully slide them into an 800-degree oven.
If you ordered it from Silicon Valley’s Zume Pizza, the answer is yes.
The startup, which began delivery in April, is using intelligent machines to grab a slice of the multi-billion-dollar pizza delivery market.
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